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Ein Beitrag Zur Vertikalbesiedlung Des Bodens Durch Wandernde Wurzelnematoden

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In einem Modellversuch unter Freilandbedingungen zeigte es sich, daß Trichodorus pachydermus Seinhorst und T. sparsus Szczygiel sehr schnell in tiefere Bodenschichten abwandern und sich dort bevorzugt zwischen 15 cm und 70 cm Bodentiefe anreichern. Pratylenchus penetrans (Cobb) und Rotylenchus robustus (de Man) bildeten die höchste Populationsdichte zwischen 0 cm und 25 cm aus. — Bei P. penetrans kam es zu einer unterschiedlich starken Besiedlung einzelner Schichten durch verschiedene Entwicklungsstadien. — Die Bepflanzung mit Sommergerste und Rotklee förderte generell das Eindringen aller Arten in größere Bodentiefen.

Affiliations: 1: Institut für Phytopathologie der Justus Liebig-Universität Gießen, Deutschland


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